The Architectress in America
The architect-feminists who fought for equality back in the ‘70s are a powerful model for next-wave feminist activism.
Beyond the Pritzker
A call to translate the widespread awareness of gender inequality into a political campaign with concrete goals — for instance, truly progressive family leave policies.
What might the abstract and architectural offer in terms of transgender representation? We can start by looking at the art of Gordon Matta-Clark.
Once a formidable critic and teacher, and now largely forgotten, Sibyl Moholy-Nagy deserves new attention.
Hollywood’s onscreen professional worlds are populated largely by white men, and one of the whitest and most masculine of these worlds is architecture.
The (Still) Dreary Deadlock of Public Housing
Decades ago Catherine Bauer argued passionately that governments must ensure that all citizens are well housed — a call to action more vital than ever as our shelter crisis deepens.
Jane Jacobs, Andy Warhol, and Community
An urban geographer compares the radically different New York worlds of Warhol’s Factory and Jacobs’s Greenwich Village — and comes to some provocative conclusions.